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Dark Eyes by William Richter

A gritty, action paced YA thriller What the blurb says: “Danger is both her past and her destiny. Born in Russia but adopted by a wealthy American family, Wallis Stoneman has lived a life of glamorous luxury. But, aged sixteen, … Continue reading

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Snakes and Ladders by Sean Slater

A smart, rapid-paced crime thriller that’ll keep you guessing to the end Detective Jacob Striker is facing the most shocking case of his career. Called to attend a suicide death in a bad part of town, Striker expects to find … Continue reading

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Happy Days by Graham Hurley

Set against the backdrop of Portsmouth’s criminal underworld, the Faraday and Winter series reaches a dramatic conclusion Bazza Mackenzie, Pompey’s top criminal, is now beyond the reach of D/I Joe Faraday.  Hungry for power and profile, Bazza decides to stand … Continue reading

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The End of Everything by Megan Abbott

A dark and intense story of sexual awakening and complex relationships Thirteen year olds Lizzie and Evie are true best friends.  They do everything together and tell each other everything.  But when Evie goes missing, Lizzie realises she doesn’t know … Continue reading

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